Making a Connection One Bite at a Time: An Interview with Moontide Sundries

What if I told you one of the best dinner spots in town is at a stranger's house? And what if I told you that the entire seven course menu was a surprise not to be unveiled until you sit down to the table? Couple and dream team Will Sanders and Alex Hensleigh are the…

An Interview with C.F. Watkins

North Carolina native and musician C.F. Watkins (also known as Caitlin) is a modern day renaissance woman. She’s always learning, always creating, always open to exploring a new layer of herself as she nurtures a multitude of artistic talents. I met Caitlin several years back, in Greensboro, when we were working together on a play,…

Nurturing a Family Shop: An Interview with The Tiny Greenhouse

Entering Suzanne and Edgar Cabrera’s shop feels like stepping into someone’s inviting, cheerful living room. Right away, you’re greeted with a warm smile and a friendly “hello,” and you immediately feel at home. The colorful store is filled with whimsy, and a myriad of tropical plants—succulents, philodendrons, cacti and more. retro housewares, mod relics, stationery,…

Peeling away the layers with Angie the Rose

When we meet Angie Barker, she’s dressed in in a drapy black tunic and long, flowing burgundy pants that mimic a skirt. Her wavy auburn hair is drawn up in a bun on top of her head, and a big tattoo (her favorite tattoo) of a rose graces her right thigh. Her art alias is “Angie…

A Glimpse Inside the Digital Darkroom with Andrew Doss

For Andrew Doss, it always starts with a photograph – usually a building or a landscape. He lines up his frame and captures the shot with his phone or camera. But after he’s finished, he doesn’t make the usual tweaks in Photoshop, adjusting lighting, or removing shadows. Instead, the Greensboro photographer and commercial graphic designer…